Activation 17 Chlorine

We were in the presence of the powerful goddess Sekhmet in her Chapel at Karnak Temples.  In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet is a warrior goddess as well as goddess of healing. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath formed the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare.

Standing before her we felt seen and appreciated by this powerful entity.  We activated the element Chlorine here today and I recalled the previous time we were in her presence we had activated the element Curium and the time prior to that we activated Fluorine.  The three of these elements are toxic gases which are extremely powerful.  I've not studied chemistry but have a knowing that the energy of Sekhmet has the power to heal through her warrior nature.  It occurs to me that energetically the affect of toxicity can be released from the dualistic energy field through healing with the use of merkaba energies specifically focused through the warrior lens. 

I felt this time that the power in the small chapel had increased.  Bringing Chlorine here today  I received the impression that she was pleased to see us again and that she is very pleased with our work on the elements.  It has reinforced for me the importance of what we are doing.

As we reluctantly took our leave we felt her blessings on us and our intentions and endeavours.  Thank you Sekhmet.

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